• Choices

    Matt Urpani

    Where do you see yourself in five years’ time? Most of us are familiar with this job interview cliché. Will you be moving up to that executive position in the firm? Buying your first house? Married with a kid on the way? Personally, I’ve always struggled with projecting what lies ...

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  • Vanity of vanities, all is vanity

    Pietre Vive Malta

    The title is an old testament quotation (Ecclesiastes 1:2) offering the foundations for a type of painting called vanitas. These essentially consist of still life paintings which flourished in the Netherlands throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth century. The aim of such paintings was to deliver a morally-driven message by putting ...

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  • Honour thy father and thy mother

    Christine Galea

    Growing older seems to be taking its toll on my younger, somewhat rebellious, self! Not that I ever was very troublesome in my coming-of-age years (if one excludes a consistent tendency to speak my mind too plainly and my insistence upon having things my way!). Besides, there is no denying ...

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  • Il-Festi u x-Xorb

    Aġenzija Sedqa

    Issa anke mal-festi qabdu?! Lanqas tista’ tixrob xarba bil-kwiet (insomma mhux eżatt bil-kwiet, imma taf xi rrid ngħid).M’għandhomx x’jagħmlu jaqaw? Ara naqra, x’fiha ħażin li xxarrab naqra griżmejk fil-marċ u waqt il-purċissjoni? Mhux kulħadd jixrob? Aħna l-Maltin hekk imdorrijin. Li kien għalihom dawn iħassruhielna festa bil-qabda prietki kontra x-xorb. Għax ma ...

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  • Much Confusion

    Maria Vella

    Those who have met them at some point in their life or have been lucky enough to work with them, know them as MCs; others refer to them by their official name – the Missionaries of Charity; however, they are more commonly known as the Sisters of Mother Teresa. One ...

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